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Frost (text editor)

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File:Frost Logo (Black).png
Developer(s)Mansidak Singh
Initial releaseJune 2019; 5 years ago (2019-06)
Stable release
3.0.0 / June 2020; 4 years ago (2020-06)

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    Frost is an online text editor with the purpose of providing the user a distraction-free writing experience while listening to the music of choice. Since the platform is distraction-free, there are no special features like changing font type, size, italics, bold, underline etc.

    The platform works on a browser and is free to use. The platform has numerous themes depending on the user's mood. Each theme has different background image with varied ambient music. The first stable version was launched in June, 2019.[1]. The latest version, v3.0, was launched in June, 2020[1]

    The lack of options has been subject of some criticism but the official website states that it is the core essence of the writing platform and has been partly responsible for its success.[2] The themes available on the platform are "range from calm to happy to dark and foreboding, love, inspirational and more."[3]


    The following is a list of features of Frost[4]

    • Ability to play background music
    • Auto-save which prevents the text from being discarded if the browser is closed
    • Night mode for less contrast on eyes
    • 10 different themes
    • Live word counter
    • Downloading option, but only in .txt format

    Version 3.0[edit]

    Version 3.0 of Frost was the ones which introduced most amounts of new features with a complete redesign of the platform. Among new features were a live word counter, ability to skip music track, three new themes, deletion of one old theme called 'Inspiration' and an auto-save function.[2]


    The website is being hosted on Squarespace and is build entirely using CSS, JavaScript and HTML. It has been developed by Mansidak Singh, an engineering college student.[5] All the images on the website are used from Unsplash.

    See Also[edit]


    1. 1.0 1.1 "Version History". FROST. Retrieved 2020-07-08.
    2. 2.0 2.1 King, Tim (2020-07-07). "A Look at Frost 3.0". Medium. Retrieved 2020-07-08.
    3. Josufang (2019-09-06). "8 Ways I Upgraded My Writing Environment This Past Month". Medium. Retrieved 2020-07-08.
    4. "FROST - Minimalistic Writing App Set to Music". FROST. Retrieved 2020-07-08.
    5. Josufang (2019-09-12). "How a 17-Year Old High School Graduate Made a Free Writing App That Lets You Write To Music". Medium. Retrieved 2020-07-08.


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